'A first class text. It is scholarly and yet very accessible' Louise Preget, Senior Lecturer Bournemouth University Business School 'This is an excellent textbook that combines research and practice in a very readable and interesting way! It does a great job of covering all the major topics in HRM and each chapter is filled with outstanding learning features' - Randall S. Schuler Distinguished Professor, HRM, Rutgers University 'Well written and crafted in a format that meets the needs of International students for whom English is not a first language. Inclusion of end of chapter case studies and self test questions, can be utilized for group work and the overall layout is most helpful to busy Lecturers crafting their sessions. I will certainly be recommending this as a key resource for next academic year's students' - Mrs Jillian Ashley-Jones Fac of Business,Environment & Society, Coventry University 'This comprehensive text covers a range of HRM topics in a clear and well-organized way. Contemporary and critical issues are considered and future/emerging ideas are also addressed. The text is highly interactive and encourages students to apply ideas and develop their understanding of concepts through a number of case studies and other activities. Each chapter is supplemented by a number of helpful additional readings and website materials and is suitable for students at senior undergraduate and postgraduate levels' - Mr Martin Dowling School of Management, St Andrews University 'This book is an excellent resource for students of human resource management. it provides a comprehensive and critical perspective on the theoretical and practical aspects of HRM' - Professor Peter Wimmer Business and Management, University of Applied Sciences Augsburg 'A very good source for basic concepts. Especially suitable for students who are just being introduced to HRM' - Dr Alhajie Khan Human Resource Management & Industrial R, Keele University 'With clear outlines and key learning goals this book provided a whole picture on what to expect after reading a book. Discussions at each chapter helped students to explore and analyze issues. National and International context as well as HRM in practice in other organizations really helped understanding of the subject in many contexts' - Professor Hyun Jeong Kim College of Business Administration, Inha University 'Wilton's an Introduction to Human Resource Management offers an in-depth analysis of all elements of HRM . Beginning with a full exploration what HRM is and how it has developed students are given a good foundation with which to move on to part two which explores the practicalities of managing the employee relationship, sections on managing performance and managing reward offer good theoretical underpinning and are offered with a positive approach to both of these important aspects of the HRM role. The final section which looks at contemporary issues facing HRM and is extremely pertinent as it explores the challenges which face Human Resources in these stringent economic times' -- Patrick Hutchinson 20130905
Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende
Nick Wilton is Associate Head of Department (Business and Management) and Senior Lecturer in HRM at Bristol Business School, University of the West of England, Bristol.